mutual profit

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The nuisance of an Arab guard is one which is created by the Sheiks and the Bedouins together, for mutual profit, it is said, and no doubt there is a good deal of truth in it.
The contract notes strong business ties between the two sides, based on mutual profit and trust.
With huge involvement between the 2 institutes, knowledge, experience, and information will be shared for mutual profit and cascaded to respective members.
"The agreement is proof that both we and our Chinese partners aim for long-term cooperation based on transparency and mutual profit. Moreover, the Chinese side voiced interest in additional shipments of various grades of coal.
You will be welcome to Serbia, in order to mold the scope of the two peoples' brotherhood into mutual profit, which we will be making through joint effort and joy, said Nikolic.
The parties must each be prepared to accept a short-term personal loss if it will contribute to mutual profit in the longer term.
Rather than having continued ownership of the transferred assets in a different form, Stone evidenced the intent to conduct a joint enterprise for mutual profit. Key factors in Stone that led to a ruling of no estate inclusion were that (1) each family member was represented by independent counsel and had input into the decisionmaking process related to structure; (2) each of the FLPs had economic substance and operated as joint enterprises (as evidenced by the children's active management and development of assets); and (3) the decedents retained sufficient assets to enable them to maintain their respective accustomed standards of living.
For 200 years have the merchants of Baghdad and Great Britain traded together in mutual profit and friendship.
Entering into a licensing agreement is to enter into a partnership, a continuing relationship where licensor and licensee work together to maximize their mutual profit. Assuming that the partnership is successful, both parties will profit from the product's success in the market.
"Cooperative strangers turn a mutual profit" (SN: 4/8/00, p.
This is a social world of explicitly established rules, or incentives, of exchanges of anticipated income, of mutual profit. Peasants who are part of this bargain are free, franci; and their free villages are a fundamental unit of the expanding European landscape.
For some it could be the road to the aisle, while for others it'll be a wheeling and dealing association where mutual profit is the goal.

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